And what is this fascination with the thick heavy line between good and bad, and why does it seem like Nikolas is making the jump from one side to the other? First when Emily told him she couldn't take time off her internship program to jet-set around the world with him, he got all uppity about how (basically) she was better than the other interns and could do what she wanted since his donations kept the hospital afloat. Later when Dr. Ford admonished Em for spending her time chit-chatting with Nikolas when she was supposed to be caring for patients, he went off on the would-be chief of staff, threatening to destroy his career. Both incidents hugely out of character, and extremely odd.
I said yesterday Carly would go running to Jason soon as she was home and sure enough Wednesday's episode opened with Jason and Carly at her house. Apparently Jason had come by to warn Carly about Zaccarah and tell her he was increasing her guards, though it didn't stop Carly from going on and on about what Jax had done. Yeah, okay. Bad Jax went and got himself kidnapped, tortured, and raped. You're right, Carly. Unforgivable! What I've yet to figure out is why Jax hasn't blown a gasket yet and told Carly to grow up.
It had to be pretty hard for him to go into the hospital and tell Epiphany he needed to be tested for STDs… like all of them. It certainly made it worse when Jerry showed up and tried to comfort him saying Irina was dead and he always knew her to be meticulous about things like hygiene and health. Jax, of course, told him off and reminded him he didn't want to see him again. I understand the action, but I'm totally confused by the motive. The unforgivable thing in Jax's book is that Jerry shot and killed someone he supposedly loved (Irina) even though he was doing it to save Jax and Carly. I get that was traumatic, but wasn't his real crime luring him away for no reason in the first place and allowing him to get kidnapped by psycho-lady?